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Papers On British Literature
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"Julia's Petticoat"
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A 3 page paper explicating Robert Herrick's "Julia's Petticoat." Herrick appears to be describing the fantasy of a good man, one who would be mortified were his thoughts somehow to become public knowledge. He is a secret voyeur and quite harmless, but he enjoys giving his imagination free reign from time to time, particularly when it is fueled by a single glimpse of Julia's petticoat. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KSlitJulPet.rtf

"Oroonoko"
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This 5 page paper discusses Aphra Behn's view of slavery as set forth in her book "Oroonoko," and argues that she has failed to strongly condemn it, which may lead some readers to view her as a racist. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: HVOroono.rtf

"Pride And Prejudice" - Erodes Sexist Stereotypes Of Women
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4 pages in length. Jane Austen has long been known to present emotionally powerful and independent women through her storytelling style, so it comes as no surprise how Pride and Prejudice stands up to the challenge of eroding sexist stereotypes where Charlotte and Elizabeth are portrayed. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TLCPridePreSx.rtf

"The Clerk's Tale" as a "Traffic in Women"
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A 10 page essay that analyzes the thesis proposed by anthropologist Gayle Rubin in her landmark 1975 article "The Traffic in Women: Notes on the Political Economy of Sex" that women in primitive cultures are viewed as objects for exchange between men and compares this thesis to the narrative related in "The Clerk's Tale," from Chaucer's medieval masterpiece, "The Canterbury Tales." Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: 99tiw&ct.wps

"The Man of Feeling" and "The London Merchant": Depictions of the Poor
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An 8 page paper which examines how "The London Merchant" by George Lillo and "The Man of Feeling" by Henry Mackenzie depict the poor and common individual of the 18th century. Bibliography lists 3 additional sources.
Filename: RAmanfel.rtf


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